Hotel Londra Palace

Venice, Italy

  • Hotel Londra Palace View 1

    Super chic boutique, a real ’Bella Figura’

  • Hotel Londra Palace View 2

    Super chic boutique, a real ’Bella Figura’

  • Hotel Londra Palace View 3

    Super chic boutique, a real ’Bella Figura’

  • Hotel Londra Palace View 4

    Super chic boutique, a real ’Bella Figura’

Why we choose Hotel Londra Palace

Small, but perfect, a prime waterfront location with a mouth-watering restaurant

  • On the waterfront of San Marco with the understated charm and elegance of a classic hotel
  • The maitre-sommelier helps you pick from an extensive wine and Champagne list

When in a city as exceptional as Venice, stuffed to the gills with decadent palazzi, the comparatively modest Londra Palace holds great appeal. Its simpler style, excellent amenities—like the delectable restaurant—combined with its top location are a refreshing change from the opulence of the city outside.

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We suggest

Choose a junior suite overlooking the lagoon for the full experience, particularly at sunset.

What you need to know about the hotel

A smaller hotel than its neighbours, but with impeccable service and a location that begs you to sit while all of Venice walks by

  • Furnished and designed in the Beidermeier style, this simplified version of the French Empire style creates an elegant calm feel
  • Lunch on the terrace of Do Leoni, its signature restaurant, is amongst the best in Venice
  • The junior suites all overlook the lagoon while the classic rooms have views over the rooftops of Venice

This hotel for an elegant retreat that’s not too heavy on the Italianate décor - you’ll get plenty of that on your travels through Venice and it’s a pleasure to come back to relaxing interiors after a day of ultra-Baroque.

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We suggest

Do as the concierge bids you and take a moment to enjoy the sunset from the altana (roof terrace).

Where is it and what's nearby

Set in the heart of watery Venice, just steps from famed St Mark’s Square

  • Right on the Riva degli Schiavon, the main throughfare along the edge of the lagoon
  • The Bridge of Sighs and St Mark’s Square are all close by
  • Plenty of access to all the water taxis, buses and gondola right outside the hotel

With the great location comes lots (and lots) of people, which can make it hard to escape the hustle of the city in the middle of the day. But if time is limited then the location can’t be beat.

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We suggest

Make the most of the great location by making an early start and discover the empty streets of Venice all around you

How to enjoy Venice

For centuries a picture postcard destination, but Venice is much more than a box to tick on your ’been there, done that’ list. Take your time, plan your journey and La Serenissima will steal your heart

  • Take a motoscafo from the airport and you’ll be in love with Venice before you reach your hotel door
  • Stroll the narrow lanes of St Marks early mornings; discovering delights like the fish market makes you feel like a native
  • Find a comfortable perch with a view of the Grand Canal and marvel at the living history that is Venice

The mists of autumn conjure up an otherworldly Venice as gondolas flit in and out of sight while footsteps echo in the narrow lanes. Carnival brings glorious color and excitement to February’s somber days. Summer is a riot of waterborne festivities from the Vogalonga race to the fireworks spectacle of Il Redentore.

They say that you’ll never meet a poor Venetian, and you can see why if you order a round of drinks from the tempting outdoor tables in the cafes of St Marks Square. The canals are the arteries of the city and the greatest pleasure is to find a quiet waterside perch from which to survey the daily life of this most captivating of cities.

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    When to visit Venice

    From June through November, Palazzo Barbarigo’s 18th century grandeur is home to a series of classical concerts. Summer is regatta season, with pageantry-filled races ranging from huge boats to one-man challenges.

  • Well I never

    Tchaikovsky stayed in room 106 in December 1877 and composed the first three movements of Symphony No 4, originally entitled Do Leoni

  • We say

    This is a great value hotel for what they offer and deliver. And with an excellent location on the canal and a five minute walk to St. Mark’s. Don’t overlook it.

  • A word from the hotel

    We do not sell rooms but dreams.
    Alain Bullo, General Manager

  • Awards and accolades

    Hotel Londra Palace is a member of Condé Nast Traveler’s prestigious Platinum Circle, having featured in the Gold List for five consecutive years.


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When you book with us

Because of our special relationship with Hotel Londra Palace, we include these exclusive benefits when you book through Protravel:

  • Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
  • Buffet breakfast daily for up to two in-room guests
  • A €85 equivalent food & beverage credit to be utilized during stay

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A peek at some of our favorite rooms and suites

Junior Suite



A note from Marita

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